Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Shopping at TESCO

Do you shop in Tesco stores?   If you do, then the next time that you go through their doors you might think about the most recent allocation of ‘charitable’ funding that the Tesco company is making.   It appears that Tesco – in the UK at least – has decided to sponsor the 2012 international homosexual and lesbian parade that takes place in London later this year.   (The company has already sponsored ‘national’ homosexual parades that marched through London in previous years.)    
Tesco has a recognised group devoted to those members of their staff who are homosexual  – ‘Out at Tesco’ – and the Head of Research and Development for the company, who is a prominent figure in the group, has stated publicly that Christians who object to the redefinition of marriage to allow for ‘same-sex marriage’ are evil   The executive, who is responsible for the Tesco website, wrote that:
‘I’m also campaigning against evil Christians (that’s not all Christians, just bad ones) who think that gay people should not lead happy lives and get married to their same-sex partners.’      
The ramifications of various homosexual groups that are related to the Tesco patronage of the practices involved, it seems, are endless.
Whether or not Tesco stores in countries other than the UK have ties with the homosexual agenda is not known, but it might be something to bear in mind when you next go shopping at Tesco.

It has also been reported that due to pressure from concerned Christians, Tesco have apologised and have now decided to refrain from supporting the 2012 international homosexual and lesbian parade. Their letter of apology however still suggests they will find other ways of supporting the so called "gay agenda" rather than supporting the parade.
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